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Make sure you explain how an intermediate node distinguishes between copies of the same RREQ. In your graph, the node in the middle receives two copies of the RREQ. In this case, the hop count from the source (A) is the same, so it doesn’t matter how its own routing back to A is updated.
If you look at the example graph I included in the overview, you see that node B and the destination node F both receive multiple copies of the RREQ. In both cases, each copy followed a different route to get to the respective node. Therefore, B and F must choose the correct version of the message to use for updating their own routing tables and also for forwarding. The hop count field is the key that allows them to decide which message to keep and which message to throw away.
You should point out that the RREQ/RREP mechanism depends on the assumption that links are symmetrical, or bidirectional.